Next Generation Logistics, Inc. DynamicsTMS® Featured at Microsoft Convergence 2013

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Dynamics TMS, A Complete Transportation Management Solution for Microsoft Dynamics®

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Next Generation Logistics, Inc. (NGL) a leading provider of managed freight services, TMS Software, and supply chain consulting, announced it will be exhibiting at the Microsoft Convergence Conference in New Orleans, LA March 18th – March 21st. As a Microsoft Gold Partner and ISV solutions provider, DynamicsTMS® empower Dynamics ERP users with the most complete transportation management functionality to manage your parcel, ltl, truckload, multi-mode, rail, fleet routing, and international shipments. Visit booth #2415.

Convergence is the premier Microsoft Dynamics® event where users can experience firsthand how to optimize your business and improve your bottom line. This event serves as the meeting point for the Microsoft Dynamics Prospects, Customers, and Partner business community.

Dynamics TMS® leverages the Microsoft Technology stack from SQL Server 2008 R2, SQL Reporting Services, Windows 7, to the latest Microsoft WCF/WPF components to enhance the user experience. DynamicsTMS® is very user friendly and affordable solution that delivers powerful tools for small and midsize companies to manage their international and domestic shipping needs more efficiently while reducing costs.

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About Next Generation Logistics, Inc.

Next Generation Logistics, Inc. is a leading Managed Freight Services, TMS Software, and Supply Chain Consulting provider. For the past 25 years, NGL has worked with companies in the Food & Beverage and Consumer Products Industries, recommending and implementing proven repeatable concepts, strategies, and software technology that drive down costs and improve operating efficiencies within their customers supply chains.


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